The U.S. Role in the Middle East Peace Process with Dr. Hanan Ashrawi
Distinguished Palestinian legislator Dr. Hanan Ashrawi discusses her analysis of the wall, societal trends in Palestine, and the US role in the Middle East peace process. Dr. Ashrawi addresses key questions affecting Palestinians: How are Palestinians confronting the new wall construction and planned route? What is the current level of confidence in the US backed Road Map for Peace? What are the changing views of Americans on the critical issues affecting Palestine and Middle East peace?
Run time 43 minsProducer Eugene BirdProduction Company A L C H Y M E D I ASponsor Council for the National InterestAudio/Visual sound, colorContact Information Council for the National Interest / 1250 4th St SW, Ste WG-1 / Washington, DC 20024 / 202-863-2951 / firstname.lastname@example.org / <a href="www.cnionline.org">www.cnionline.org</a> / <a href="www.rescuemideastpolicy.com">www.rescuemideastpolicy.com</a>
The program is in RealVideo and includes speeches by Dr. Ashrawi, former chief of mission to Baghdad Ambassador Edward Peck, and CNI President Eugene Bird.
Recorded on February 12, 2004, in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill, Washington, DC.